In November Bible Times Today made two posts about an Iranian nuclear plant exploding. Aerial photograph shows Iranian missile site has been destroyed and “Iran missile development commander killed in explosion”

It seems that there has been another Iranian nuclear plant that has exploded. Iranian officials claim that there has been no explosion. Various news reports say that the explosion rocked the city of Isfahan. A person with the Israeli government says that the explosion was caused by an International effort.

There have been no reports of bombers attacking Iran. Also, there have been no reports of cruise missiles. The lack of military hardware leads BTT to consider that the attacks on Iran’s nuclear plants may have been from a satellite-based laser weapon.

Here’s an article from USA Today from last year:

‘Star Wars’ meets reality? Military testing laser weapons

Are we finally witnessing the dawn of the “death ray”?

Five decades after the creation of the laser, the ubiquitous technology of the modern era may be ready to serve up that Star Wars science-fiction staple: the laser blaster.

Advances in the technology have made it possible for military testers to shoot down incoming mortar rounds with land-based lasers, and military commanders are on the verge of being able to fire laser blasts from the air that could be aimed at tanks or mines. Read rest of report.

South African prophet during 1920’s decade tells about laser weapons

In one of his prophecies South African Boer prophet Siener van Rensburg said that there would be a “Third and Final War at the beginning of the 21st century when the armies of the world will use what he called ‘terrible electrical rays that sow death and destruction from above and below, and soak the earth in blood.'”

See blog post “Siener van Rensburg: Visions of the Future”

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